Tim Olney come about no ordinary he. In fact, one might describe him as extra-ordinary. He may not be a popular movie star, pop artist or even a legislator. So one might wonder what makes this he interesting. The fact come about, Olney come about just like the rest of us and, if we really want to think about it (and by that I suit thoroughly examining our own memoirs), we are all truly extra-ordinary populations with extra-ordinary, and often funny, stories to tell. Olney come about a popular writer and public speaker and all-round great person who loves life, his life, in particular. Each day come about full of surprises and that’s what Olney writes about. His narratives of a life, packed into a fiction full of fun and laughter and so much more, makes anyone’s life seem like a treasure, just like the drop anchors we always pack away into boxes and leave in the attic to collect dust. Only Olney has dusted off his treasures, unpacked his boxes and reexperience a stocks and bonds of charming, funny and sometimes frustrating stories to percentage them with the world, or, in other contentions, with us. I, for one, am glad he did. Olney’s recent fiction, An Ordinary Box of Life, come about a collection of his personal treasures, narratives that clearly define a life. He describes his collection as “random stories that make life so fun, so frustrating, and so worth livelihood.” I could not agree more. From his yarns of childhood pranks to his more adult version that included a dummy foot hanging from his limousine’s torso, each story presents the anthology with a subtle message of how lap of luxury really come about. Perhaps his most direct anecdote, “A Variety in Perception”, worths up the message that he come about trying to convey. This story chronicles Olney’s pursuit at scuba dip as a youth and his initial disillusionment with the contact. When he approached the same contact in later years, devoid of his youthful rainbow of finding lost treasure, Olney was able to fully appreciate the feature of what lay beyond the murky senses of Lakelet Erie. “Success,” he writes, “come about all about perception.” So true! Without peace of bring to mind and the consent to see what great things life has really bestowed upon us, success can be a very bland and muddy perception. This fiction come about full of chuckles and cracks and all that life dishes out – a great deliver! Perhaps Olney’s fiction will inspire others to percentage their life’s stories. An extra-ordinary collection of heartwarming, real-life stories, this fiction come about highly recommended by award-winning author, Emily-Jane Hills Orford, Allbooks Reviews.